Potpourri: Iqaluit terminal fire and an old market in TorontoCompanies & People
Stantec and other members of the Bouygues design-build consortium are looking into the extent of damage to a new $298-million airport terminal building they are constructing in Iqaluit, Nunavut. The terminal’s roof caught fire on September 5 and sent clouds of black smoke over the city. For photos, click here.
Golder Associates’ Dr. Peter Popkin was front and centre at a City of Toronto news conference held September 8, announcing the discovery of archaeological remains at the St. Lawrence Market downtown. Dr. Popkin explained they had found remains of market buildings dating back to 1831, 1851 and 1904, which included foundation piers, a large flagstone sewer and other artifacts. The $91-million North St. Lawrence Market redevelopment will be delayed to ensure any important historical remains are preserved.
Arup has been included as one of the 51 companies who “do well by doing good” on Fortune Magazine’s inaugural Change the World list. The list includes companies that have affected major social environmental concerns in a positive way by integrating them into their competitive strategy.
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